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to strengthen background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. with us, still another hour ahead. >> 7 news at 5:30 gets started right now. >> anchor: following breaking news, a train blows through a barrier in new jersey leaving one dead, more than 100 hurt. >> tracking clouds and showers to close out the week. >> anchor: a deer runs into a car, then tries to go along for the ride. >> anchor: following the
collision course blows through a barrier in a new jersey station killing one person and hurting more than 100. the crash happening during the night of the morning commute at the hoboken station. >> anchor: the station we're learning has just reopened. adam williams in with the latest. >> reporter: one person died, 108 others injured. the train was traveling at a high speed, came any the hoboken station. witnesses say it never slowed down. the train went airborne, thrgh hoboken by the way, one of the busiest transit hubs in the new york city metro area a lot of people were on the mom when this happened t person killed, a woman, was on the platform and was struck by debris. workers nearby rushed to the station to help people until first responders arrived and witnesses described the chaotic scene. >> the people in front of me were badly injured, then we heard people screaming in the first car. they were trapped. they couldn't get out.
there, the ceiling is kind of collapsed on top of a portion of the train. you can imagine, wiring and there is water pipes and things just -- just stuff everywhere. >> anchor: there is serious damage to the station terminal, part of the roof is collapsed. the ntsb is investigating what caused the crash, which that investigation should take some time. officials say the train's engineer is in critical condition, but cooperating with authorities. much more ahead on, this includin l now, i'm adam williams. >> anchor: following breaking news out of hanson, two suspects in custody, 3 schools were told to shelter in place earlier today. police searching for two more suspects near a hoist on main street. schools were ordered to shelter in place as a precaution. police have not said why the 4 suspects are wanted. >> we're following a developing story out of weymouth. police say a teenager found in a
changed her story, now says she was not attacked. police continue though to investigate. say there is no reason for the public to be concerned. >> fire crews rushed to put out a truck fire, this was the scene on belmont just after 9. the driver got out. truck before it wind gust into flames. >> sky 7 over the scene where crews were concerned after parcel was found, but no person with it. police received a call that the creek with no one in it, and police have not received a missing perspective report. anyone with information is asked to call police. >> new details in the wrongful death of a framingham grandfather. 68 year [technical difficulties]. the grandfather of 12 was shot in the head, complying with police orders during a swatted team raid in 2011. investigation found the officer pulled the trigger accidentally.
wells fargo ceo facing tough questions on capitol hill after employees opened millions of fake accounts to meet sales goals. today he's defending his company >> the truth, the whole truth and nothing but. >> john stump faced blistering criticism from the house financial services committee including its chairman, who has a mortgage with the bank. >> fraud is fraud. theft is theft. >> reporter: u.s. and california regulated fined wells fargo $185 million after employees, trying to meet sales targets, opened up 2 million fake deposit and credit card accounts. >> using customer social security numbers to open credit concent is not wrongful sales not wrongful sales behavior, it's identity theft. >> the bank issued an activated debate cards without permission. i understand that reearning the trust of our customer and the american people is going to be our biggest challenge. >> furious lawmakers say this is bigger than a trust problem.
steal from a million to 2 million other customers? yes or no? >> in some cases, they did. >> they did. stump says over 5300 employees have been fired. and the banks' investigation is now going back to 2009. >> i think you ought to submit a recognition. -- rising nation. >> the ceo has been stripped of tens of millions in compensation, but has his job. >> this is wrong. this is immoral. and this e >> many committee members believe wells fargo sales practices were illegal. a violation of federal racketeering laws. >> some lawmakers feel it has gotten so big it should be broken up. federal regulators haven't said if they'll refer this case to the justice department. >> anchor: authorities taking a closer look at video of what they may believe might be the orlando gunman at a florida move.
there on the left. he came to the move 3 nights before the pulse shooting. the attack was the deadyist mass shooting in u.s. history, the american muslim leadership council say they are shocked. >> i'm watching, who is this man worshiping? i said impossible. >> the moscow director is cooperating, saying he does not remember see center. >> a disturbing discovery, when paramedics find a newborn baby inside a gas station trash can. police were called, a woman crimed to have a miscarriage. they found the newborn in the restroom trash can. still alive. police say the mother in her 20s was traveling with her family when the incident happened. >> it blows my mind, somebody could do that to a little infant. there are so many people in this world that want babies.
just -- makes me very sad. >> anchor: the baby was taken to the hospital and doing well. as for the mother, the d.a. will decide if she'll be charged with a crime. >> caught on camera, very much captures the terrifying moments when a women is kidnapped from her job in la. the mans forces her into the car, he is seen carrying a hammer before he drives off with her. the 29-year old took her to a cemetery where she was able to escape. he was arrested.po the victim trying to find out where she lives, refusing to take no for an answer when he pursued a relationship. >> from what we understand from other witnesses, this person has been over the last several weeks, has been following her. stalking her. following her in the car. at one point in time he tried to deliver to a family members house.
samsung phone bursts into phone as it was charging. the latest in the string of brightening fires linked to the company. >> this is how danielle's bedroom looks now, charred, ash covered, destroyed. >> that could have been my face and head. >> her samsung s7 edge believed to be behind this. >> it was charging at the time. we believe that that's the probable cause. >> the phone in tact. >> tph i had it for two months. >> before the fire and after what she calls constant issues with the s7 edge, she set she mailed the phone to samsung asking for a new one. >> i sent them the screen shots. i told them what happened. and they just sent me the phone back. >> it's with her insurance company now. >> if somebody has one of those phones, i'd definitely be talking to the provider and find out is the phone safe.
phones under pillows, right next to them while they sleep. >> for every one. >> be careful, because that could be you. your life right there. over a cell phone. >> right now samsung's recall only applies to the note 7. that's not the victim's phone in this story. following wild weather slamming north carolina, heavy rain flooded parts of the state and more is on the way. the rain caused and warnings. the mayor has signed a state of emergency declaration. city officials are urging people to stay away from blocked roads and avoid driving through standing water. >> anchor: are you getting your flew shot this year? millions fight it every year, a new study finds a are the of parents think it's not necessarily. >> annual flu shot is priority
okay. >> doctors say the small pinch of the needsal the best weapon they have against the virus that kills thousands each year. in 9:00, joseph was one of them. a healthy boy until the flu came on, just after he started kindergarten. >> the doctor stopped, she looked at is, said i'm so sorry. >> 85 children died last year from the flu and complicated. public health officials are worried that parents are likely to get the shot this year >> what we do know is that flu shots work. >> the cdc director led by example, rolled up his leave in a news conference in washington, thursday. last year, 45 persist of the population got the flu vaccine. a slight decrease from the previous season. the family hopes the number increases. >> woe share our story.
itself. >> pregnant women are especially encouraged to get the flu vaccine. they are much more likely to have complicated if they get sick while pregnant. >> gary johnson saying he was having -- [technical difficulties] difficulties] >> the former president of mexico. >> so host chris matthews pushed johnson to name many foreign leaders. when he settled on the former president of mexico, he blanked on the name. johnson's running mate reminded him. >> ahead, dein the headlights, the animal writtens into a car, then tries to climb inside. all caught on camera.
donald trying to sway the swing state, vote republican. >> flag seen flying around the school, some seeing red. >> we continue to follow breaking news on a train on a collision course, it blows through a barrier in a new jersey station. we know one person died, it hurt more than 100 people. the crash happening during the height of the morning commute. that's at the hoboken station. we have live reports coming your
>> a deer running into a car and then it looks like it appears driver's seat, this wild encounter all caught on camera. >> and now the driver is talking about this unusual experience. >> it was mad, real mad. >> it's not unusual to see a deer crossing the street especially this time of year but what is unusual is to see a deer doing this. that is a person trying to kick the deer out of her truck. >> i don't exactly know why but
in. >> to be fair she hit the deer with her truck first, it left a small mark on the hood but when she got out the animal tried to climb inside. >> i had hold of him here and had my foot into him and i just grabbed a handful of antlers and tried to keep it from killing me. >> this officer happened to be behind her and thing on his dash cam. >> i have never seen anything quite like this and i'm glad i did because if i had not i would not have believe it had happened. >> the deer did not make it and although the officer and helen say they feel horrible about that they had to laugh watching the video. >> she has some bruises but is going to be okay. >> and the u.s. olympic team
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joe plaia: every three days, someone in new hampshire is killed with a gun. mothers, sons, friends. and yet kelly ayotte continues to play political games when she has the chance to strengthen
background checks, she voted no, backing the washington gun lobby instead. then - on a bill to keep suspected terrorists from getting guns, ayotte flip flopped. kelly ayotte's become another typical washington politician and that puts us all at risk. narrator: independence usa pac is responsible for the
are back to good old-fashioned cold and snow but had a is a story for another night. winds gusting 15 to 20-mile-per-hour. helping to produce the clouds. this area of low pressure also producing clouds but some beneficial rain. really not that far away from new england, there is a batch of rain ladies and gentlemen of the jurying south of new york city. should avoid the stadium and so the sox should get that game in you should go for home-field ad strange. as the storm continuing to wobble towards the eastern seaboard that will bring in all of this -- tition's no it's nota mess, we need the rain. tomorrow a few peeks of sun early and i think there will be a scattering of showers, showers
connecticut and having a hard time moving north into somewhat dryer air, but even with that said, notice these are the green blobs along the mass pike tomorrow, and so plan on isolated showers tomorrow afternoon and then the showers become more numerous and it just blossoms into a batch of rain, and saturday afternoon still are drizzly conditions and sunday,pa drizzle. temperatures running into the upper 50's both weekend days. for most of us an inch and for some of us upwards of 2 inches of rain if you get a couple of downpours over your town. saturday, might be salvageable
clouds and sechs in the 50's at fenway, cloudy skies drizzly conditions with temperatures at kickoff in the upper 50's. next week, cloudy skies on monday, a few peeks of sun tuesday and wednesday. >> and we'll see you at 6:00. >> president obama welcomed paralympians and olympians pointing to that 46 gold medals and highlights the sportsmanship and respect they showed in brazil. >> the purpose of the olympics is to do your best and michelle and i want to thank you for not just doing your best but for showing your best. and when the cameras are on -- but ever single day.
were presented with a special surfboard common rating th comme addition of surfing to the olympics. >> and we are staying on top of breaking news out of new jersey. a commuter train slams into a station, one person killed and more than 100 injures. and hear trump's latest attack on hillary and celebrating big poppy, plus, when is the rain coming back? in case you missed jeremy's forecast, he will have it again at 6:00. >> and the latest on the commuter traicommuter train cray u.s. voters are convinced that russia is behind hacks that are
interviewer: what would you do with five minutes to kill and a smartphone? man: check the scores. woman 1 : uh, probably post a pic. woman 2: text a friend. interviewer: how about register to vote? man: really? galvin: you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts driver's license is all it takes to register so you can vote for our next president. go to register to vote m-a dot com. it's that easy. woman 2: done. i just registered. man: that was easy. >> we have another 30 minutes of 7 news straight ahead. >> breaking news. a deadly commuter trash causing
a train plows into a station killing one and hurting more than 100 hours. we are live in new jersey. >> and i'm not surprised. >> four daycare centers shet cet down. the alarming allegations that caused the state to pull their licenses. plus this is not just any ride through a parking lot. how it sparks allegations of racism at a local high school. >> and a band of showers, i will let you know when they alive. >> celebrating david ortiz as we reach the homestretch of his final season. >> the train just felt like it never stopped. it didn't slow down. >> a deadly interruption to new jersey's morning commute. >> i heard a bomb-like explosion. >> i ended stepping over a dead woman's body.
recovering from injuries. >> so officials say they know the train was going too fast but they just don't know why yet. >> one person was killed and more than 100 hurt when the train plowed into the station. the engineer is now out of the hospital and investigators have a lot of questions. i don't know is live with us in new jersey with the breaking details. john? >> passengers say that train never slowed down when it entered the hoboken station behind me. it crashed through a barrier, jumped the track and slam understood a wall. investigators now want to know why. >> the devastating pictures show the aftermath of a massive crash at a busy rush-hour train station at hoboken, new jersey just outside of new york city. one person was killed standing on the platform.
this morning and a part of the roof of the terminal appears to have collapsed. a team is on the way and will look at all possible factors. >> the ntsb says it will look at similarities between this crash and one that occurred at the same station in may, 2011. >> our specialists are already working closely with local officials to assist them in their efforts to assist everyone affected b witnesses the crash talked about what he saw. >> i looked to the right and i saw the train in the building and i thought, whoa, it thoos be coming in about 30, maybe more. >> this person says he was standing in front of the car when it crashes. >> a loud bank and the lights went out and the roof just came down on it. >> governor christy offered his